Trade fairs and exhibitions in Southern Africa

Fruits Enlarge image Fruits (© DPA) The largest and most important trade fairs for the African continent take place in the southern part of Africa, especially in South Africa. The Southern African exhibition program of the agricultural sector is manifold. There are trade fairs for wood and the timber industry, exhibitions of the commercial foods sector and, of course, internationally renowned wine fairs. The Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection Section of the German Embassy provides a listing and information about agricultural trade fairs and exhibitions in Southern Africa.


South African Large Herds Conference

From June 5-7, 2017 the 10th South African Large Herds Conference will be held in Champagne Sports Resort, set in the Champagne Valley of the Central Drakensberg region of KwaZulu-Natal of South Africa. The conference addresses dairy farmers and the dairy industry, concentrating on issues peculiar to large herds operators. The event will deal with topics such as Systems Management, Strategies for Change, Operations Management, Market Trends, Environmental and Technological Trends, Finance and Taxation, Human Resource Management, Motivation and Lifestyle.


Agri Mega Week

With a focus on the grain, dairy, wool and meat industries, this event is an international platform for interactive agricultural business where the transfer of fresh knowledge, technology and agricultural information will add value for all participants and visitors. Agri Mega Week takes place from September 13 to 16, 2017 at the Mega Park in Bredasdorp, Western Cape.


3rd International Conference on Global Food Security

In association with the DST-NRF Centre of Excellence in Food Security and the Universities of Pretoria and the Western Cape the 3rd International Conference on Global Food Security will focus on Global Challenges, Local Solutions and Connected Pathways. The conference will take place from December 3-6, 2017 in Cape Town, South Africa.

Trade fairs and exhibitions in Southern Africa